Lasso Lou and Cowboy McCoy

  • Title: Lasso Lou and Cowboy McCoy
  • Author: Barbara Larmon Failing Tedd Arnold
  • ISBN: 9780803725782
  • Page: 114
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Lasso Lou and Cowboy McCoy They re the rootinest tootinest cowboys this side of the Pecos With his spiffy new cowboy hat McCoy is ready to ride the range as soon as he can figure out how to get on his horse Luckily his pal Las
    They re the rootinest tootinest cowboys this side of the Pecos With his spiffy new cowboy hat, McCoy is ready to ride the range as soon as he can figure out how to get on his horse Luckily his pal Lasso Lou is there to help McCoy saddle up And then, they re both in for a wild ride This warmhearted and wonderfully silly western tale introduces a pair of crazy cowpokesThey re the rootinest tootinest cowboys this side of the Pecos With his spiffy new cowboy hat, McCoy is ready to ride the range as soon as he can figure out how to get on his horse Luckily his pal Lasso Lou is there to help McCoy saddle up And then, they re both in for a wild ride This warmhearted and wonderfully silly western tale introduces a pair of crazy cowpokes who, for all their bumbling, know that every adventure is better with a friend along to share the ride Pictures by Tedd Arnold.

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    1. Text-To Teaching After reading this story I would have a large group conversation with the children. I would explain to the children that I wear a teacher’s hat; then I would ask the students what kind of hats do their mom or dad wear. Students will then be asked what kind of hat would they like to wear. After getting their responses class will break up into small groups. As responsive activity to the story students will create their own hats. Activity will be great for community helper’s to [...]

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    2. Humorous adventures of a city guy turned cowboy. Some text seemed a bit droning, but overall a fun book. Too long for preschool storytime. However, it's broken into 4 sections. I could probably read just the first 2 and the kids would be all right with that. So far it's one of the few funny ones I've read that I think the kids will enjoy. If anything I'll have for more books for the kids to check out.1/17/13: Skipped doing this with the large Wed. group, but thought the one preschooler on Thu. w [...]

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    3. This was our son's favorite picture book the one we'll save for him to read to his children. We all love Tedd Arnold's art ("Parts")and the story line has a slapstick kind of humor that appeals to adults as well as children. I read the book to my son's kindergarten class and everyone giggled long and loud at the part where Cowboy McCoy mounts his trusty steed Payday only to find his horse doesn't have a head!

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    4. This has the much-used "finding one's identity," even including literal "wearing hats," and repetition of the threes, but despite my reservations I ended up being charmed. It's not often you find a picture book about a friendship between two grown men (teens? young men? it's not really defined) and the pairing was simple and nice. A little cheesy but nice.

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    5. My wife: Did you read that cowboy book to the kids yet?Me: Yes, it was awful.My wife: I almost couldn't finish it.Me: You finished it?!Tedd Arnold, I want you to pull Ms. Failing's contact info out of your rolodex and BURN it.

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    6. This book was just too cute. When a city boy decides to be a cowboy because the hat fit, he's sure to get into all kinds of trouble. My daughter loved the illustrations, which are colorful and bright. She also enjoyed the funny ways Cowboy McCoy would say "yeeha". Definitely, a favorite for us.

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    7. A wickedly funny Western that doesnot depend on shootouts and wenching like you see in most paperback Westerns. Cowboy is Cowboy in name only until he dons a Stetsond with the help of the Lovable Lasso Lou, finds he truly is The Real McCoy. Loads of fun.

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    8. Oh my I loved this story!

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    9. The main character is funny and just slightly annoying.

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    10. This may be the funniest kids' book I've read, and it's quite fun to read aloud.

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    11. Entertaining enough for the toddler and the adult.

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